Star Racing Yamaha

Star Racing Yamaha: News, Rider Bios, Sponsors, photos, videos, live timing

Star Racing Yamaha Team to inform every one on: Team info, Rider bios, News, Results, Schedule,  Live timing 

St. Louis

Qualifying:

250SX Group A Qualifying Practice 1:

Jeremy Martin was finished 4th overall with a time of 49.688

250SX Group A Qualifying Practice 2:

Jeremy Martin finished 2nd overall but was penalized for stopping on the track and was pushed back to a 7th qualifying position with a time of 49.002

      250sx Heat 2: With a good start off the gate with a later speed Jeremy pushed forward finished 3rd behind Davalos and Bogle.

     250sx Main Event: Jeremy had a good start out of the gate, and continued to gain for a few laps. On lap 5 Alex Martin and Jeremy Martin crashed, with damage to his bike Jeremy had to pit. After getting necessary work done to his bike, he finished the race in 20th, it was an unfortunate crash for Jeremy since he had podium speed all day.

  Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha team heads to Houston for round 14 of West Coast Supercross on April 5th.

 

72755_martinj-stlouissx14-cudby-081_thumb.jpg

 

 


 

Toronto, Canada

Qualifying:

250SX Group A Qualifying Practice 1:

Jeremy Martin was finished 3rd overall with a 51.775

250SX Group A Qualifying Practice 2:

Jeremy Martin was finished 3rd overall with a 51.598 qualifying time. Jeremy will have 3rd gate pick for Heat race number 2.

250sx Heat 2: Jeremy came off the gate in to the middle of pack in 9th place however; he continued to move forward and finished 6th in the heat.

250sx Main Event: Martin had a decent start out of the gate in 8th place. With much determination Jeremy quickly put the Yamalube/Star Racing/Yamaha bike up in 4th place, Jeremy was on the rear tire 3rd place with only 1 lap to go but could not make the pass and finished 4th overall.

1013998_731228666911747_15842760_n.jpg

Round 11 Detroit, MI

1625631_727168323984448_1315127090_n.jpg

250sx LCQ: Jeremy grabs the holeshot and led the race for 2 laps and then crashed on the 3rd lap, he quickly got up and made the main in 3rd position.

 

250sx Main Event: Jeremy had last gate pick but had a great start out of the gate before he got pushed over in the first turn, but with determination Jeremy went from 19th to 8th place.

Round 10 Daytona

250sx Main Event: Out the gate Jeremy was sitting in 5th

place but after a mistake in the 1st lap he went back to

15th place, but after much determination Martin pulled

through for 6th overall.

The team heads in to Detroit, MI for round 11 of east

coast on March 15th.

Indianapolis Round 9

1888660_719959634701729_449591146_n.jpg

 Jeremy had an unfortunate start coming out of the gate, and then crashed in the whoops, where he lost the ability to use his clutch lever properly and stalled the bike due to the malfunction. He had to pit stop in the mechanic’s area, to have his clutch lever fixed, after being 2 laps down, Jeremy finished 19th overall.

Atlanta Round 8

250sx Heat 1:

Jeremy started the first lap of heat 1 in 8th place, but after stalling his bike in the whoops on lap 2, he was pushed towards the back and finished in 12th.

250sx LCQ:

                After stalling his bike in Heat 1, Jeremy was determined to move on to the main, but in the first lap Jeremy tripled a jump and landed outside of the dirt, where he stalled the bike and ended up not qualifying for the main.

 

Update: Jeremy is working hard this week with the help of his mechanic Scott Adkins to get himself back on top. 

photo 3.JPG
250sx Heat 2:                 Anthony started in Heat 2 in 11th position, but after a couple laps he made strides to finish in 8th to where he made the main. 250sx Main Event:                 Anthony took a great leap again towards the front of the pack in the first lap, he was in 5th, but before the first lap was finished Anthony had pulled through to third, where he sat for 4 laps until he miscalculated a jump and crashed. Update: Unfortunately due to Anthony’s crash, he broke his collar bone and will be out for 6 weeks. In the meantime we will have a suitable replacement rider to finish out the supercross season. 

250sx Heat 2:

                Anthony started in Heat 2 in 11th position, but after a couple laps he made strides to finish in 8th to where he made the main.

250sx Main Event:

                Anthony took a great leap again towards the front of the pack in the first lap, he was in 5th, but before the first lap was finished Anthony had pulled through to third, where he sat for 4 laps until he miscalculated a jump and crashed.

Update: Unfortunately due to Anthony’s crash, he broke his collar bone and will be out for 6 weeks. In the meantime we will have a suitable replacement rider to finish out the supercross season. 

Oakland West SX

37_s_14_08_10873.jpg

Cooper had a day of obstacles at Oakland, he had a crash in the last lap of qualifying and injured his wrist,  the medical team of asterisks  got Cooper back up and on to the track for Main event. Cooper crashed with another rider which put Cooper in the back of the pack, but with swift action Cooper got in the top 10 and finished 9th overall.

Anaheim 2

What a great weekend, Cooper Webb puts his team on the podium in 3rd after a great ride. Unfortunately  Jason Anderson was deducted 2 spots for jumping on a red flag, due to the deduction Cooper ended up 2nd overall. 

Thank you to all our sponsors.

Untitled.jpg

Round 10 of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Unadilla Raceway in New Berlin, New York.

s780_GUYB2658.jpg

This weekend was the tenth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Unadilla Raceway in New Berlin, New York. The Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team member of Jeremy Martin had a standout weekend finishing second place overall with his best finish of the season! Martin had a stand out weekend finishing second place in the first moto beating two past world champions and the 2012 AMA motocross champion! In the first moto, Martin had a second place start behind Geico’s Will Hahn. On the fifth lap Martin passed Hahn for the lead. After leading for a few laps Martin finally got passed by current points leader Eli Tomac. Martin went on to his best finish of the year in second! In the second moto, Jeremy got off to a strong 4th place start. He worked his way up to earning his second podium of the day getting third. His results earned Martin a strong second place overall of the day! He is now sitting in 6th in the overall point’s standings. 

Kyle Cunningham, 38, fought hard for his 11th place overall finish this weekend at Unadilla. In the first moto, Cunningham started in 8th place working his way up to a strong 7th place finish. In the second moto, the 38 machine got a bad start and came around in 18th on the first lap. He worked his way up to 14th. His results earned him 11th overall for the day and he currently sits in 9th in the overall point’s standings. 

The rookie Cooper Webb had a rough day with a big crash in practice and while Webb was in pain and struggling with numbness in his hand he decided to give it a shot and race anyways. In the first moto, Webb got off to a bad start coming around in 22nd on the first lap. Webb put his head down and fought hard passing up to 12th. In the second moto, Webb again got a bad start coming around in 21st and had to pass his way through the field finishing 11th. Although it was a rough day for Webb he never gave up. Webb earned 12th overall at Unadilla and currently sits in 11th in points. 

 

9th round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Spring Creek

s780_072613blast017.jpg

This weekend was the ninth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Spring Creek in Millville, Minnesota. It was the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team member of Jeremy Martin number 77 hometown race and he delivered a great performance. In the first moto Jeremy got a stellar start behind Wil Hahn. He made the pass on lap 6 and led the first moto for seven laps until Eli Tomac fought his way by. Martin earned a very respectable 2nd place finish. In the second moto Martin came around 5th on the first lap prior to getting passed by a few riders and finishing a strong 7th. Hometown track has its advantages and Martin enjoyed waking up in his bed and walking to the pro pits in the morning! Martin tied for second with 36 points on the day however due to his second moto finish he got 4th overall. He currently sits 8th in points. 

Kyle Cunningham, 38, had a rough weekend. In the first moto Cunningham came around on the first lap in 10th place. He worked his way to 8th and then had a mechanical issue and fought hard for 15th place. In the second moto, Kyle came around 7th on the first lap and crashed out of the moto on the third lap finishing 37th.  Cunningham earned 19th overall for the day and sits 9th in points. 

The rookie Cooper Webb, 175, also had a rough weekend but is looking to build on his results during the off weekend. In the first moto, Webb got a bad start and came around 18th on the first lap. He had a crash on the third lap and was unable to finish the rest of the moto and got 37th. In the second moto, Cooper had a 9th place start and got 10th. Webb earned 16th overall for the day and is currently 10th in the overall point standings. 

 

Round six: Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Red Bud Raceway in Buchanan, Michigan

s780_070713blast052.jpg

This weekend was the sixth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Red Bud Raceway in Buchanan, Michigan and the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team had a stand out weekend proving they are a top team with all three riders finishing in the top 7! 

The veteran Kyle Cunningham of Aledo, Texas on the number 38 machine again once showed his strength of consistency. In the first moto, Kyle came around on this first lap in 21st and he made some aggressive moves passing riders! By the fourth lap he was up to 11th! He continued to make smart moves and found his self in 7th when the checkered flag waved! In the second moto, Cunningham came around a solid 9th place on the first lap. Despite a quick fall he worked his way up to 8th place. Once again proving consistency pays off with a 6th place overall finish for the day. Cunningham currently sits in 8th in points. 

The 77 bike of Jeremy Martin from Millville, Minnesota had an outstanding weekend and got his first overall podium! In the first moto, Martin found his self in third place off the start. Just after half way point in the moto, KTMs Marvin Musquin got by after a hard fought battle for third. Martin got 4th in the first moto. With a fourth place being Jeremy’s best finish of the season he wanted to build for the second moto. Martin got a stellar start and was in second place for much of the second moto. Although Gieco Hondas Eli Tomac got passed him on the 12th lap he got his career best third place finish! He also got 3rd over all for the day! Jeremy Martin is currently in 7th for the overall points standing. 

The rookie Cooper Webb, 175 of Newport, North Carolina also had an outstanding weekend. In the first moto, Webb came around in 9th place on the first lap and fought hard to pass up to 6th place. In the second moto, Webb got off to not the best start and came around 13th on the first lap. He rode smart and made moves passing up to 9th place. Webb got 7th overall for the weekend at Red Bud and currently sits in 10th place in the overall points standings. 

All three of the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team riders are looking forward to the weekend off to build on the momentum gained this weekend.

  

Round 5: Lucas Oil Motocross at Budds Creek

s780_062313buddsblast022.jpg

This weekend was the fifth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Budds Creek in Mechanicsville, Maryland and the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team had a rough weekend but fought hard for top 10 finishes. 

Consistency has been key for the veteran Kyle Cunningham of Aledo, Texas came around 11th on the first lap of the first moto. He put his game face on and charged to 7th position. Cunningham showed his speed in the second moto when he got a 6th place start. Kyle passed Joey Savatey and was in fifth place for much of the first half of the second moto. Kyle eventually got passed and ended up a solid 9th place, giving him an 8th overall for the day. Kyle currently sits in 8th in the overall points standings. 

Jeremy Martin, the number 77 of Millville, Minnesota also was able to come away with a top 10 finish in the first moto. Martin came around the first lap in 13th and put his head down and battled to 9th position despite fighting illness. In the second moto, Martin finished a reputable 12th place.  Martin earned 11th overall for the day and currently sits in 7th in points. 

The rookie Cooper Webb, 175 of Newport, North Carolina had a challenging weekend, as he was plagued with crashes. In the first moto, Webb crashed in the first turn giving him a major disadvantage and having to fight his way through the pack. Through the hardship he came around 25th on the first lap and charged hard through the pack working his way up to 12th. In the second moto of the day, Webb came around in 11th on the first lap and was working his way through the field when he had a big crash putting him back to the 26th position therefore earning no points the second moto. Webb fought through the adversity with a 17th place overall finish for the day and is respectably 10th in overall points.  

 

Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at High Point Raceway in Mount Morris, Penssylvania

This weekend was the fourth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at High Point Raceway in Mount Morris, Penssylvania. the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team had another consistent weekend with more top 10 finishes. 

2013_geico_high_point_national_044.jpg

The 175 machine of Cooper Webb continued proving he is a rookie to be reckoned with. Although Webb didn’t get the start he was looking for he was in 14th place on the first lap. He fought hard and worked his way up passing up to 6th place. In the second moto, Webb made a few rookie mistakes and found himself in 11th. Webb earned a respectable 8th overall and he sits 7th in points. Webb is looking forward to the off weekend as he will be testing with his team manager Ryan Morais working on improving his results. 

Jeremy Martin,77 had a great showing this weekend at High Point. Although Martin didn’t the start he wanted in the first moto making mistakes fighting from 16th to a solid 9th place. In the second moto, Martin got a third place start and found himself in 4th place the majority of the second moto. He caught the Gieco Honda rider, Zach Osborne and while passing for third he went down. He quickly remounted and found him self in 6th place.  Martin got 7th place overall and currently sits a respectable 9th place  in the points standing. 

Kyle Cunningham, 38, the veteran had a solid first moto working his way from 13th to 7th. Although he didn’t get the start he wanted he put his head down and worked his way through the pack. In the second moto, Kyle had some bad luck. Cunningham started in 12th and was making moves on the first lap when a rock hit his goggles knocking the lens out and forcing him to finish the moto with no goggles. He finished 16th in the second moto and received 11th overall for the day. He currently sits 10th in points. Although Kyle had a rough weekend on the track, he had an exciting weekend off the track as he became an uncle for the first time on Saturday! 

 

Muddy Creek Race results

601338_582050408496241_2096595512_n.jpg

The third round in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross at Muddy Creek proved to be another learning weekend for the Mysplash/Metal Mulisha/ Star Racing / Yamaha team. 

Cooper Webb had an up and down weekend while continuing to learn the ropes on the professional circuit. Webb Had a third place start in moto one and made some smart moves and found himself in the lead on the first lap. But Webb soon received heavy pressure from points leader Ken Roczen, who soon made his way passed Webb. Webb’s work was not done as he still had veterans of the class like Musquin, Blake Baggett, Zach Osborne, Jason Anderson and Eli Tomac to deal with. Webb held off Osborne and Anderson, but succumbed to the pressure of Baggett and Tomac. Coming away with another top 5 for the rookie!  Cooper Webb’s second moto bad luck continued at Muddy Creek. Webb was battling Marvin Musquin for second on the first lap of the second moto, but he cross-rutted and crashed in the big sweeper following the finish line. The mistake left Webb in dead last. Fitness is a big strength of Webb and it showed as he fought back to a 15th place finish. Cooper placed 10th overall. 

Jeremy Martin the Minnesota native also had an up and down weekend. Martin was mixed in with the huge battle for the top five in the first moto but a crash left him in 21st. He would recover for a hard fought tenth in the second moto after coming from deep in the pack. Martin is putting his head down and looking to recover with stronger results in the up coming weekends. Martin was 15th overall this weekend. 

The Veteran of Kyle Cunningham, had a consistent weekend at Muddy Creek. Kyle had a top 10 start in the moto one and found himself in 8th place just behind strong group of veterans including Osborne and Anderson. In the second moto, Cunningham rode to a solid 11th. Cunningham placed 8th overall proving consistency will earn a top 10 finish. 

Moto One Results

  1. Ken Roczen
  2. Marvin Musquin
  3. Blake Baggett
  4. Eli Tomac
  5. Cooper Webb
  6. Zach Osborne
  7. Jason Anderson
  8. Kyle Cunningham
  9. Cole Seely
  10. Joey Savatgy
  11. Blake Wharton
  12. Justin Bogle
  13. Martin Davalos
  14. Darryn Durham
  15. Alex Martin
  16. Justin Hill
  17. Dillan Epstein
  18. Nico Izzi
  19. Jackson Richardson
  20. Kyle Peters
  21. Jeremy Martin

Moto 2 Results
1. Eli Tomac
2. Marvin Musquin
3. Blake bagget
4. Ken Roczen
5. Zach Osborne
6. Justin Bogle
7. Jason Anderson
8. Martin Davalos
9. Blake Wharton
10. Jeremy Martin
11. Kyle Cunningham
12. Joey Savatgy
13. Cole Seely
14. Justin Hill
15. Cooper Webb
16. Alex Martin
17. Darryn Durham
18. Brady Kiesel
19. Jackson Richardson
20. Jess Wentland

250 Class Championship Standings

1. Ken Roczen, Apolda, Germany, KTM, 138
2. Eli Tomac, Cortez, Colo., Honda, 132
3. Marvin Musquin, Corona, Calif., KTM, 116
4. Blake Baggett, Grand Terrace, Calif., Kawasaki, 110
5. Zach Osborne, Abingdon, Va., Honda, 96
6. Jason Anderson, Edgewood, N.M., Suzuki, 77
7. Cooper Webb, Morehead City, N.C., Yamaha, 65
8. Kyle Cunningham, Aledo, Texas, Yamaha, 62
9. Justin Bogle, Cushing, Okla., Honda, 61

10. Jeremy Martin, Millville, Minn., Yamaha, 61

 

9340_582050485162900_1551812302_n.jpg
936817_581659321868683_1390037837_n.jpg

Cooper Webb lockes down first career podium—in only his second career race—in the first moto.

988661_578249008876381_1008775268_n.jpg

Another solid weekend for the Myplash Star Racing Yamaha team at Thunder Valley in Lakewood, Colorado. The MyPlash/Star Racing Yamaha stable of rookies impressed for a second consecutive week. Cooper Webb locked down his first career podium—in only his second career race—in the first moto. Webb fought from an 8th place start to a late race charge over the two time world champion Marvin Musquin for 3rd place. Ken Roczen and Eli Tomac respectably taking the 1 and 2 postions.  In the second moto, Webb crashed in turn 1 coming around the first lap in 22nd. Cooper fought hard to come back up to 10th place. With three laps to go Cooper went off the track loosing several positions ending up 17th. Webb earned a respectable 9th place over all. 

Not wanting to be outdone, Jeremy Martin also had a break out weekend. Earning 6th overall this weekend Jeremy had two consistent motos. Starting in 10th place in the first moto he worked his way up to an 8th place finish. In the second moto, Martin snagged the Motorcylce-Superstore.com holeshot, proving the Myplash Star Racing Yamahas belong up front before falling back to sixth in the moto 2. Martin is looking forward to improving on his results each weekend. 

    The veteran Kyle Cunningham also had a top 10 start in moto 1 and worked his way up to 7th before having a big crash ending his moto 1 charge.  Cunningham would get checked out by asterisks mobile medical unit before returning to the line just moments before the second moto started. Although he was in some pain he gave lots of heart and determination earning Cunningham a very respectable 9th place finish in the second moto. 

All three Myplash Star Racing Yamaha riders are top 10 in overall points and are looking forward to the series traveling east, it could hold an advantage for the North Carolina (Webb) and Minnesota (Martin, who also trains in Florida) natives as well as Cunningham who trains in his native Texas. 

Overall 250 Results

1. Eli Tomac
2. Ken Roczen
3. Zach Osborne
4. Marvin Musquin
5. Blake Baggett
6. Jeremy Martin
7. Martin Davalos
8. Jason Anderson
9. Cooper Webb
10. Justin Bogle
11. Blake Wharton
12. Justin Hill
13. Dominic Izzi
14. Cole Seely
15. Dillan Epstein
16. Kyle Cunningham
17. Jackson Richardson
18. Lance Vincent
19. Joseph Savatgy

20. Jacob Baumert